Associate professor, Tax law, Tax policies
"Tax law is a complex, technical and stimulating instrument of revenue collection for the states. What is often forgotten, however, is that the tax laws are also one of the most important tools for social redistribution. Issues of equality and social justice in tax policies are particularly compelling to me. My research therefore relies on my technical skills in taxation to put them at the service of an examination of the effects of tax policies on the more economically and socially vulnerable groups."
Annick Provencher is a professor of tax law at the Faculty of Law and the Co-Director of the Master's Program in Tax Law. Her research interests include issues of international taxation, tax policy, equality and gender. Touching on law, taxation and sociology, Annick Provencher’s work entails a high level on interdisciplinarity.